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Stock up beforehand though as the food options are rather limited although a bread van drops in daily with various treats. I'm not sure about the wolves and bears but this camping is everything it says on the box.Amazing campsite - beautiful mountains, spacious field in which to pitch tent, really friendly owners, walks straight from the site, spring to fill your water bottles up, friendly dogs, horses, wooden play area. It's a serious journey to get there from the coastal ports, Santander and Bilbao, but actually surprisingly easy from Spain's interior - I had an easy, and spectacular, motorcycle ride for Sunday lunch with friends in the city of León - but having said that the last few kilometres are not for the faint hearted!There is also including a small shop - read, a few shelves of tinned stuff plus bread, eggs, etc., very much like a Youth Hostal.But this is expensive and you would be well advised to be as self-suffiencient as possible.Dance clubs and dive bars may have worked in the '90s, but now, even if you’re out, your phone is a much easier way to find someone to "watch Netflix and chill" with (especially someone you won’t regret tomorrow).Everywhere with a bit of spare countryside seems to claim that it’s one of Europe’s last pristine wilderness. Mind you, they’re only little, even on their hind legs, so they’re nothing to worry about. These furry friends have stuck around in these mountains because there’s honestly very little to vex them here.This was a true highlight of an extensive five week tour of Spain and Portugal in our VW California camper van.
Luckily you leave the rocks far behind when you arrive at the site, high up in the unspoilt village of Lago.The owners couldn't have been more welcoming of helpful and have expert local knowledge, being able to advise me of which walking routes I could safely attempt with the light sandals I carry on my biking tours - I'll certainly be back with full walking kit some time!The bar/cafe has a limited but useful range of food - traditional country fare like the famous fabada asturiana, which is just as well as the evenings are cold at these altitudes.There’s even a discreet little hideaway patch of ground on its own across the stream, accessed by a rather charming rickety old wooden bridge.Lago itself is a throwback to an earlier era, the only real signs of modernity being the telephone wires strung from house to house.